Considering a framework laptop as my main computer. My thinkcentre works great but not being able to use it around the house is a bit annoying. I know there are cheaper / used options but I'd really like to support a company doing good things for right to repair.
Any framework owners like to chime in on their experience so far? In particular, what have you NOT liked about it?
I had a proposal accepted to #emacsconf where I hope to communicate in 10 minutes how I experience Emacs as a learning environment through my years as a Montessori guide.
#emacs users out there, if you have particular questions about the topic, please let me know! I'm likely to try and keep it anecdotal, vs getting into the abstract philosophy. But I'm interested in the pedagogical aspects of free software, and Emacs (thus Lisp) in particular, I'd love to hear some thoughts from the community
Want to share what you read? I would love to see what you read. Here is my goodreads account link: https://www.goodreads.com/codingquark
says mopidy/mpd is almost ready for FreedomBox. This is going to be excellent!
Oh boy, I just learned that "good fences make good neighbours" is a proverb coined by #RobertFrost in the poem Mending Wall, used by a simple-minded person who "moves in darkness" and refuses to question the proverb.
Robert Frost didn't coin the proverb to say that people should be building walls. He's mocking people who want to build walls.
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